The City of Enid, Oklahoma, is using their $5,000 grant to begin construction on its comprehensive multi-use trail system. Enid, a rural community north of Oklahoma City, currently has no trails for active transportation and recreation—and 98 percent of its street infrastructure is without sidewalks. Their "Master Trail" system, as it's come to be called, will improve the quality of life in Enid by providing residents with a safe, inviting route for walking, running, and bicycling.
Our grant will help match Oklahoma Department of Transportation grants and local funds for path construction. The City of Enid hopes this pathway project will serve as a model for other communities in their state.